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2016-17 Proposed School Budget

The Board of Education will hold the Annual Budget Hearing on Thursday, May 5 at 7 p.m. in the Secondary school library. The proposed 2016-17 school budget maintains academic programs while maximizing resources. The $23,105,290 budget increases spending by $679,315 over the current year and requires an estimated .89% increase in the tax levy. The... Read more »


Elementary Talent Show – May 4

The Elementary Talent Show featuring over 20 students is Wednesday, May 4, at 6:30 p.m. in the District Auditorium. Tickets are $3 each and are available at the door.


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Varsity Softball Team Participated in Best Buddies Friendship Walk

On Sunday, April 17, some members of the Varsity Softball team participated in The Best Buddies Friendship Walk to help raise awareness and funds to support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  This year, the walk raised over $100,000 which will help fund Best Buddies programs dedicated to one-to-one friendships, leadership developments and integrated job... Read more »


BOE Recognized Staff Receiving Tenure

At their last meeting, the Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Angelina Maloney recognized faculty members who will receive  tenure in September. Teachers receiving tenure are: Lynn Nadareski, Dorothy Koryto, Amy Labshere and Kathryn Siegenthaler.



Tamarac High School Announces Third Quarter Honor Roll

Students on Tamarac’s Honor Roll earned at least a 90% average of all courses with no course grade lower than 75% and no incompletes. 9th Grade: Sophia Baldwin, Katherine  Champagne, Anthony Ciampolillo, Kaylan Comenole, Francesca DiScanio, Kara Film, Cassidy Galipeau, Kylie Galipeau, Ryan Hayden, Haley Honsinger, Abbie Hudspath, Lillah Jacobson-Schulte, Stephen Kneer, Sara Kuiken, Nathaniel... Read more »


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Students Enjoy Another Year of BEEP Program

The BEEP (Brittonkill Educational Enrichment Program) 2016 was a huge success with more than 200 elementary students registering for one of the 18 classes offered. Students learned a variety of skills including: arts and crafts, Lego robotics, engineering, volleyball, clogging lacrosse and many more. “On behalf of the BEEP student participants and their families we... Read more »


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